Raid At Pervez Elahi’s Home: There was a huge ruckus in Lahore, Pakistan on the intervening night of Friday-Saturday (April 28-29). Police forcefully entered the house of Chaudhary Parvez Elahi, the working president of Imran Khan’s party and former CM of Pakistan’s Punjab province by breaking the gate. The police, who had come to arrest Parvez Elahi, involved in a corruption case, tried to break open the door of the house with armored vehicles.
Police and anti-corruption team arrived with armored vehicles to enter Parvez Elahi’s house located in Zahoor Elahi Road area of Lahore. After entering through the main gate, the police also kicked and broke the door of Chaudhary Parvez Elahi’s house. Although the police could not find Elahi, but arrested 11 people of his family and staff.
12 crore scam allegation
A case has been registered against Parvez Elahi for the scam of 12 crores. In this case, his bail term was ending, which was extended by the court, but despite this, the police entered his house to arrest Chaudhary Parvez Elahi.
Imran Khan condemned
Imran Khan has condemned the police action at Elahi’s house. The PTI chief tweeted that he strongly condemns the raid on Parvez Elahi’s house, even the women and family members present in it were not respected. We are seeing the end of democracy in Pakistan before our eyes. There is no respect for the Constitution, the judgments of the Supreme Court or the fundamental rights of the people. There is only law of the jungle and fascism.
He further said that all parts of London are planning to demoralize and crush PTI. They attacked my house and now the same is being done to Parvez Elahi by a gang of miscreants and bosses. Never seen such brutality even in Musharraf’s martial law. Has the state dared to enter the homes of looters and money launderers of the Sharif and Zardari families like this? enough is enough. Tomorrow I will give a roadmap to our country that how to stand against this destruction of our constitution and democracy.
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